There are a number of ways to experience the Coral Coast with your caravan, campervan, or trusty tent on a short holiday or epic road trip in your 4WD.
The region has a range of traditional caravan parks, campgrounds in National Parks, and eco camp sites to enjoy a unique experience under the stars.
- Enjoy the camping, eco-accommodation, snorkelling, kayaking and 4WDing of Dirk Hartog Island, Shark Bay.
- Visit Peron Homestead in the Francois Peron National Park for a soak in the artesian hot tub and explore the park by 4WD.
- Explore Drovers Caves within the Stockyard Gully National Park by 4WD just a short drive from Coorow and stay at Milligan Island Eco Campsite if you are a self-sufficient traveller.
- Four-wheel drive, caravan or camp at the RV-friendly towns of Dongara-Port Denison at the top of the Indian Ocean Drive.
- Explore a range of Outback Station Stays along the Coral Coast all offering caravan and camping facilities.
- Four wheel drive along the soft sand of Horrocks Beach and Lucky Bay, Kalbarri. Lucky Bay is found 30 mins south of Kalbarri and offers a nature based camping area for tents and camper trailers.
Check out Sandy Cape, Cliff Head and Milligan Island, campsites along the Indian Ocean Drive. To stay in each of these you need to be fairly self-sufficient as there is no running water or power on site. All camps have a limit of three nights within a 28-day period.
Kennedy Range National Park is just over an hour’s drive to the east of Carnarvon, and is a sightseeing and adventuring hotspot. The Park covers approximately 200km, and offers a range of camping and hiking opportunities. Those who are keen to self-drive to the Park will need a 4WD.
Enjoy the scenic waterhole known as Ellendale Pool just 45km south east of Geraldton, visit Chapman Valley and the Moresby Ranges east of Geraldton, or stay in Geraldton and enjoy Coronation Beach campsites.